Niblet Slow Feed Hay Net

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Niblet Slow Feed Hay Net
 
Slow feed hay net encourages slower consumption of hay and allows for less waste.  Made of a durable poly blend material. 
 
Length 36" holds approximately 10-15 lbs of hay

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small netting was good for horses that have weight issues, slows down their eating
PAM L on May 13, 2015
I needed a hay bag for my mare when we go trail riding, but she tends to eat fast and I want her to slow down and take her time eating. Besides it occupies her attention much longer than hay bags with larger holes.
LORETTA S on Jun 5, 2014
slows eating, reduces boredom, more like grazing, less hay waste, easy to fill
LINDA B on Jan 24, 2015
Have one just like this but in larger size. Wanted the larger version, but this was the only size available. The poly material is soft to the touch and works well for my horses. For the price, I don't mind replacing these once a year.
MICHELLE S on May 13, 2014
WHAT IS SIZE OF BAG? HOW MUCH HAY FITS IN BAG?
A shopper on Sep 1, 2014
Best Answer: Length 36" holds approximately 10-15 lbs of hay
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Mar 27, 2015
how big are the holes? 2"? 3"? 4"?
A shopper on Oct 5, 2015
Best Answer: I think they are 2- 2 1/2. Definitely not 3". They are small enough that they slowed my guys down at first, but they pretty much figured them out and can now take huge mouthfuls of hay out of them. If you are looking for something that really slows them down, go for smaller than 2".
Reply · Report · STEPHANIE H on Oct 6, 2015
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